Neill Mohammad, Ph.D., Political Science
Whether he’s on the campaign trail, advocating for hospitals in rural Illinois, or offering advice for Rackham graduate students, one question guides Neill Mohammad’s day-to-day work: How can he use his experiences to help others?
It was in November 2016 that Neill considered running for public office for the first time since he tossed his hat in the ring for fifth-grade class treasurer. As a Rackham graduate student, Neill was... continue reading
Sarah Gutin, Ph.D. Student, Health Behavior and Health Education, Rackham Merit Fellowship, Rackham Summer Award, Rackham Research Award
In her undergraduate years at U-M, Sarah felt a calling towards public health but didn’t know what aspect was the right fit for her, until she took a women’s reproductive health course, that’s when she knew. She hasn’t looked back. Being a good researcher, she put her new passion to the test by interning at a women’s health advocacy group in Washington DC. “I loved every minute of it. I proved to myself this is what I wanted to do.”
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Ph.D. Candidate, English Language and Literature, Program in Public Scholarship
Rachel has a history of engaged learning and deep commitment to volunteerism that she honed during her undergraduate experience at Emory University. In her first year of her Ph.D. program, she took an engaged learning course in the Residential College, the lone graduate student in the class. “I wanted to see how service learning worked here. It was such a welcoming community, and it was there that I got involved with PCAP.” She is... continue reading
Steve Ullmann, Ph.D., Economics
As an undergraduate student at University of California, Berkeley, Dr. Steve Ullmann knew he would continue his education and eventually build a career in economics, specifically in antitrust and regulatory theory. He had extensive conversations with faculty and mentors, during which he expressed his goals of studying at the graduate level, and they all replied with the same advice: Go to Michigan.
And go to Michigan, he did. What Steve didn... continue reading